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RESOURCE: Online Learning and the Future of Residential Education | March 3-4, 2013 | Video

The Summit Program Committee recommends the following reading in advance of the event.

“The Particle Accelerator of Learning” (Inside Higher Ed, Peter Stokes, February 22, 2013)
“Four Professors Discuss Teaching Free Online Courses for Thousands of Students” (The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jeffrey Young, June 11, 2012)
“What We’re Learning from Online Education” (Daphne Koller, TED Talk, June 2012)
“Learning from MOOCS” (Inside Higher Ed, January 24, 3013)
“How Harvard’s CS50 Renewed My Hope for Online Education” (Modern Wanderlust blog, Erik Trautma, January 6, 2013)
“After the gold rush: MOOCs are augmenting rather than replacing formal educational models” (LSE Impact of Social Science, January 16, 2013)
“Beyond MOOCs Into Greater Openness” (Library Journal, Steven Bell, January 9, 2013)
“Online Courses Create New Learning Methods” (The Dartmouth, Stephanie McFeeters, January 17, 2013)
“Researchers, MOOCs, and Online Programs” (Inside Higher Ed, Joshua Kim, January 14, 2013)
“edX in the Community College: The MassBay Experience” (Campus Technology, Mary Grush, January 9, 2013)
“Revolution Hits the Universities” (The New York Times, Thomas Friedman, January 26, 2013)
“The Year of the MOOC” (The New York Times, November 2, 2012)
“Online Courses Look for a Business Model” (The Wall Street Journal, Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz, January 1, 2013)
“Public Universities to Offer Free Online Classes for Credit” (The New York Times, Tamar Lewin, January 23, 2013)
“California to Give Web Courses a Big Trial” (The New York Times, Tamar Lewin and John Markoff, January 15, 2013)
“Unishared: Revolution in Online Education Beyond Coursera, Edx, and Udacity” (Forbes, Ricardo Geromel, September 17, 2012)
“The MOOC Model: Challenging Traditional Education” (Educause, January 28, 2013)
“Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Library” (Educause)
“Carnegie, the Founder of the Credit-Hour, Seeks its Makeover” (The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 5, 2012)
“Who Benefits from Online Ed?” (Inside Higher Education, February 25, 2013)
“The ‘Cost Disease’ in Higher Education: Is Technology the Answer?” (William G. Bowen, The Tanner Lectures, Stanford University, October 2012)

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Brian is a research scientist and educational technologist. He helped transform Pfizer’s Medical Education Group and previously served in educational leadership roles at HealthAnswers, Inc.; Acumentis, LLC.; Cephalon; and Wyeth. He taught graduate medical education programs at Arcadia University for 10 years. Dr. McGowan recently authored the book "#socialQI: Simple Solutions for Improving Your Healthcare" and has been invited to speak internationally on the subject of information flow, technology, and learning in healthcare.

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